SCSU Student Research Colloquium

The annual SCSU Student Research Colloquium provides our students an opportunity to gain experience with the presentation of their research results to a larger community as well as allows them to experience the breadth of research activity at SCSU. Students and faculty alike are pleased to see the high level of research activity in chemistry and college of science and engineering.

2013

Fourteen posters were sponsored by Chemistry faculty at the 16th Annual Student Research Colloquium.

Student Research Colloquium Archive

2010

Twenty-seven undergraduate research student presentations involving twenty-nine students, sponsored by several faculty members in the department of chemistry, presented their research findings at the 2010 SCSU Student Research Colloquium on April 20, 2010. The chemistry department was very well represented in both oral and poster presentations.

2009

Twenty-four undergraduate research student presentations involving thirty students, sponsored by nine faculty members in the department of chemistry, presented their research findings at the 2009 SCSU Student Research Colloquium on April 21, 2009. The chemistry department was very well represented in both oral and poster presentations.

2008

Thirty undergraduate research student presentations, sponsored by nine faculty members in the department of chemistry, presented their research findings at the 2008 SCSU Student Research Colloquium on April 22, 2008. The chemistry department was very well represented in both oral and poster presentations; in fact the Department sponsored the second largest number of students at the Colloquium.

2007

Thirty-two undergraduate research student presentations (second largest among the sponsoring departments) sponsored by 10 faculty members the department of chemistry presented their research findings at the 2007 SCSU Student Research Colloquium on April 24, 2007. The chemistry department was very well-represented in both oral and poster presentations, and more than 10 of our students were recognized with Denise McGuire Student Research Awards and Student Research Funds from the Office of Sponsored Programs.

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